Army of Two PlayStation 3

User Score
7.3

Mixed or average reviews- based on 117 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 58 out of 117
  2. Negative: 13 out of 117
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  1. R.B.
    Mar 26, 2008
    7
    Great fun to play with a friend, but never gets really exciting when you play single player mode. The online lag I experienced just ruined the possibility to really enjoy AoT to the fullest. It's absolutely not a bad game, but it could have been so much more I think. I recommend playing with friends or try before you buy.
  2. Jul 3, 2011
    7
    The charms of 'Army of Two' certainly outweigh the faults, but not by too vast a margin. While the characters in the game will give you a good laugh or two, and you'll definitely love to hate Clyde, the awkwardness of the game-play doesn't quite make you want to play much longer after the short campaign is over. Play 'Army of Two' with a partner.
  3. Oct 21, 2012
    7
    I had a lot of fun playing army of two solo. Everybody tells you that this game is only good in co-op mode. I disagree. It was made to play in co-op i know but it can be as satisfying in a solo campaign. The story is forgetable but the game mechanics is what makes it good.
  4. RobertoR.
    Jun 25, 2008
    7
    The story is interesting and original, the visuals amazing. But the battles and enemies are repetitive and predictable. When playing one-player, the AI partner really isn't all that "I", getting stuck in places, dragging you to bad spots to heal you, and not really doing much. This is a game made to be played with a human.
  5. AaronL.
    Aug 22, 2008
    7
    Play this game only if you've got someone to play it with on splitscreen. The gameplay is average, but with unique co-op features, customizable weapons and aggro system (where one of the two can take on all the fires allowing the other to sneak around places), it makes a borderline fun game. The story however is terrible, they should just rename the game to "The Dual Terminators - US Play this game only if you've got someone to play it with on splitscreen. The gameplay is average, but with unique co-op features, customizable weapons and aggro system (where one of the two can take on all the fires allowing the other to sneak around places), it makes a borderline fun game. The story however is terrible, they should just rename the game to "The Dual Terminators - US PROPAGANDA", the dialogues are worse, it almost seems that the game is made for wiggers. Expand
  6. JustinE.
    Apr 23, 2008
    7
    This game was far too short in single player and the multi player seems a little lacking. The concept is great but the game leaves much to be desired.
  7. DeonM.
    Jun 25, 2008
    7
    A game I thought could not go wrong- Huge blokes with big ass guns, the aim being co-op multiplayer and the power of PS3? Classic game? No... Gameplay and camera-angles suck and the game is too short. Well worth a rent on a Sunday afternoon. Let`s hope they get some real gamers to help them with the mistakes in the first game and make a better sequel.
  8. JeroenV.
    Mar 5, 2008
    6
    The EA machine found a new way of milking us. Sell a game for full price, but use half the content as Downloadable Content, so you can charge much more for the game in total. Expect a game that only has 7hrs of gameplay and only 4 maps online. DLC is already confirmed for the game, and just as they did with NFS Pro Street, expect more maps on the PSN for which you'll have to play. The EA machine found a new way of milking us. Sell a game for full price, but use half the content as Downloadable Content, so you can charge much more for the game in total. Expect a game that only has 7hrs of gameplay and only 4 maps online. DLC is already confirmed for the game, and just as they did with NFS Pro Street, expect more maps on the PSN for which you'll have to play. Other than that, the game is nice and fun, specially with a friend sitting right next to you. Expand
  9. MarkA
    Apr 25, 2008
    6
    Sloopy controls, graphics pretty weak. Tighten it up. (especially after playing cod4) RB6 V2 has a much more rewarding co-op experience due to the overall higher quality of the game world. Props for helping to grow what should be a standard feature in all future shooters. Looking forward to this being more properly realized in upcoming titles like R:FoM2.
  10. Nov 21, 2012
    7
    I agree with other critics, the game it's far too short, the controls are very easy to master and once you do, no one can stop you on your killing spree, the solo missions are awesome, the story it's great but they could have added more weapons and customization for the characters. I had like 3 hours of excellent action game.
  11. Aug 12, 2014
    6
    The Army of Two is a fun game a good 3rd person shooter specially if you play with a friend the graphics are ok but the story is lucking and the game is short .When you play with a friend the game it is at its best you feel like you really co-op with someone. I recommend to buy this game with a friend so you can both have fun.
  12. Oct 13, 2015
    7
    Playing the co-op missions with a friend is really fun although a bit short. The moments where you get to play back to back with your partner is useless and doesn't work very well. A nice touch of the game is that you can upgrade your weapons. They should make more local co-op games like this!
Metascore
74

Mixed or average reviews - based on 43 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 43
  2. Negative: 0 out of 43
  1. Army Of Two has even managed to innovate on a small scale - the non-magnetic cover system (which allows you to fire over and around walls without gluing you to them) makes combat feel fast and fluid, while the Aggro combat system (which draws the enemies towards the most dangerous player, making the other player effectively invisible) turns an MMORPG staple into a pretty effective combat mechanic.
  2. 80
    Army of Two is a dream come true for co-op enthusiasts. It doesn’t hit every note perfectly, but the campaign and team-based multiplayer modes are the perfect reasons to pester your old "Gears of War" buddy into picking it up.
  3. The missions are terrific, action-packed stages where something is always happening. More multiplayer maps would've been nice, and the challenge might be too much for rookies. Otherwise, these Two wholeheartedly entertain.